Myra Imran Rafiq

Ms Myra Imran Rafiq is studying at the Lahore School of Economics (LSE). She has been working as a ghostwriter for a private company for the past 1.5 years.

The Fall of “Daronomics,” and the Way Ahead for Pakistan

Written by Myra Imran Rafiq 2:00 pm

The economy of the country is now burdened by the weight of inflationary measures, a weakening rupee, the consequence of “Daronomics,” and the demands of the IMF. In this concise op-ed, Myra Imran Rafiq reveals why policies based on “Daronomics” failed and what needs to be done now for a brighter economic future for Pakistan.
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Reassuring Recommendations for Our Climate Woes

Written by Myra Imran Rafiq 8:05 pm

Despite conferences such as the COP and Davos meetings being held annually, world temperatures are only seen to be soaring, and their impact is drastically witnessed by people all across the globe. This then begs the question, “What can be done to improve efforts in mitigating major climate-related calamities?” In this piece, Myra Imran Rafiq provides several circular and sustainable recommendations for tackling climate change.
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The Plight of Afghan Women Under the Taliban

Written by Myra Imran Rafiq 12:34 pm

With Afghanistan having already become the victim of immense sanctions imposed upon it by the West, the Taliban’s recent ban on women’s education will only continue to disrupt the lives of the people of Afghanistan. Myra Imran Rafiq recommends intervention and engagement by international actors to minimize the cost of human suffering.
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Bringing Stability to the Pakistani Rupee

Written by Myra Imran Rafiq 11:47 am

This opinion-based article by Myra Imran Rafiq discusses the rupee’s stabilization against the dollar. She highlights the measures (i.e supporting startups, diversified alliances, currency swap agreements, and the maintenance of political consensus) that can be taken by the state to ensure that the rupee doesn’t end up devaluing later.
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